Whenever there's a hint of snow on the ground my brain freezes and my heart goes into a dog sled frenzy. I can't stop myself, nor do I want to. I just want more, more, more. I'm afraid there is no hope for me and I can not be saved. There is nothing like that first "whoosh" that rushes straight to your head and there is no turning back after that.
I'll admit I have a problem and the falling snow isn't helping. Help! I'm afraid I'm a lost cause to the dog sledding bug that bites me every winter for which the only cure is to DOG SLED!!
Did someone say dog sled? and snow? I'm there! I'm there!
There's no hope for me, but folks save yourself! Unless, unless you care to join me....one time won't hurt...trust me......BAWHAHA!!
|Looks fresh snow!!!!!!!! Dog sled! Dog sled!! Dog sled!!|
Have you been hanging out with bad influences again? Those mushers pretend they're you're friend. But they really just want you to share their addiction.
We are such wusses that we leave our snow in the mountains, but we are totally addicted to following every minute of the Yukon Quest and the Iditarod.
I would love to try dog sledding!
Sled ON. It's a good addiction!
We would love to see one of those GoPro cameras attached to the sled or on one of the dogs. That would be cool.
We have been thinking of getting one, but I think they really shine with sports action.
I did Skijoring with my first Golden - absolutely loved it! I think I'm good for a sled ride!
Monty and Harlow
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